The first company consists of 28 dancers from all over the world, each one of them excelling in their individual qualities. They are renowned for their versatility, astonishing technique and virtuosic expression.

This season, the dancers are provided with the opportunity to employ a multitude of styles by working with residing creators as house choreographers Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, associate choreographers Crystal Pite, and Marco Goecke, along with high-profiled guests such as Hofesh Shechter, and Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar. Every programme includes works of choreographers with a clear message: ‘this is who I am, and this is my aesthetical dance and figurative language’. NDT invites choreographers who can strike a certain atmosphere, emotion and essence the second the curtain opens, and who are among the best in that area internationally. Every single NDT dancer possesses a classical based technique, but ultimately it’s about their extraordinary capacity to pick up on a wide range of styles and their exquisite talent to transform and breathe the piece.

Chloé Albaret
Alexander Anderson
Jon Bond
Lydia Bustinduy
Olivier Coëffard
Prince Credell
Spencer Dickhaus
Miguel Duarte
Guido Dutilh
César Faria Fernandes
Alice Godfrey
Aram Hasler
Rinako Iida
Chuck Jones
Madoka Kariya
Sebastian Kristensen Haynes
Gregory Lau
Keren Leiman
Jorge Nozal
Marne van Opstal
Christie Partelow
Roger van der Poel
Paxton Ricketts
Yukino Takaura
Luca Tessarini
Jianhui Wang
Meng-Ke Wu
Lea Ved

International press:

Five minutes of the performance is sufficient to be certain: this company is one of the seven wonders in the world of dance” LE FIGARO

The dancers of Nederlands Dans Theater showed just how wonderfully exhilarating contemporary dance can be.” THE DAILY TELEGRAPH SYDNEY

Flashy, brilliant and with a large reservoir of melancholy.” THEATERKRANT

Raw, organic and in your face […].”  TROUW

They are the world’s most magnificent dancers: a retina-shredding spectacle of passion and power” THE SUNDAY HERALD

Unpredictable NDT is memorably modern” LA TIMES